Razer Edge and Edge Pro Owner's Lounge

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  1. Xeyad

    Xeyad Notebook Enthusiast

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    That's awesome! Getting 20-30 fps while in medium-to-high settings is amazing for Geforce 640M LE! If you lower the detail settings a little, I bet this would be stable in the 30s.
     
  2. Ravenholme

    Ravenholme Notebook Guru

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    Hmm that's actually impressive lol



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  3. thetruth1983

    thetruth1983 Notebook Evangelist

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    Is your system overclocked?
     
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  4. beatlep

    beatlep Notebook Guru

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    Yes, the Geforce 640M LE is at 630 gpu and 1095 memory.
     
  5. Ravenholme

    Ravenholme Notebook Guru

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    Is it possible to go into the bios with the razer edge?

    Like F1 and/or DEL key kinda things? Cuz I don't even see a boot bios screen w these tablets


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  6. RazerCS

    RazerCS Company Representative

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    Power on, immediately press Window Key and volume up.
     
  7. Ravenholme

    Ravenholme Notebook Guru

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    perry1mm Notebook Geek

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    What? All you do is push DEL or F1 when turning on the Edge before the logo shows up and it does go into the BIOS. The image you posted is just the Boot Menu, so I'm a bit confused why you would post it with "Hmm not much options" unless you've never seen a boot menu before?
     
  9. Ravenholme

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    What I hit was what the other guy said the volume button and windows button on the tablet, the other way is how to get into the uefi bios, I wasn't expecting to go into the boot screen :p

    It's possible I hit the other direction for the volume and it gave me that screen



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  10. Paradox3713

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    I'm looking to do a major overhaul on mine as well, I do have to ask, what memory did you go with? The sticks the Edge comes with are '11s' for timings, but would it be possible to go with 9s (Which are always more expensive.)? Did you go with 1.35v? Also what make and model sticks did you go with and what thermal compound did you use? Some are showing much better cooling by replacing the stock TIM. I have always run with Arctic Silver in my rigs, but was wondering if anyone had a better choice? Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.
     
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